How You Can Help Conserve Land in Massachusetts

Young girl excited and exploring outdoors

From conserving your own property to supporting urgent land projects, there are several ways you can help protect open space and precious habitat in Massachusetts against evolving threats like climate change and development. 

Rough Meadows opening © Tooey Rogers

Your can direct your donation towards one of three critical areas—operational support for the Land Conservation program, a specific urgent land project, or a fund that enables Mass Audubon to respond quickly when sudden land protection opportunities arise. Ways to support us >

Anna-Jaques Hospital donated property to Rough Meadows

Decisions landowners make about their land have a long-lasting effect on the Massachusetts that future generations will inherit, and on the wildlife that share this landscape with us. Landowners have several conservation options, including donating their land outright or applying a conservation restriction. Find out how >

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